“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. ~Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)
Am I on “Red Alert”?
Ever since I became a part of blogosphere, blogging has become an element of my life. It is within this world where I could generously share some, if not all of my favorite stuffs over the community of weblogs, to a broader extent. However, it may seem sometimes that I have subconsciously become gripped on matters about it.
Most often, when I wake up each day and every time I am off my laptop computer, things like the following engross my attention:
- Have I got good topics worth sharing today?
- What photos will I be sharing? And have I got some?
- Who have just liked my earlier blog posts?
- Will I need to get back and double-check some stuff in my earlier postings?
- Whose blogs will I be checking out?
- Who will I be following today? Etc.
It may sound odd but these few things really seem to be my personal realities.
Can this be considered as a simple addiction or just plain passion?
Either way, I find blogging more than just a “Red Alert”. Definitely.
I came across this video of funny cats on YouTube and I thought it’s worth sharing through this blog. Cats are really funny^^
Video credit to: FunnyCatsandnicefish (youtube)
There’s always this something that catches my attention when I go off someplace and all of a sudden I get to notice these life-size human figures. True. These mannequins never fail to ensnare my awareness with their existence. As compared to common dolls, I seemed to be more likely have an ill-at-ease condition with mannequins. Can it already be considered as fear of it? As I don’t think it’s just a simple enthrallment for whatever reason.
I have gone over the internet and learned that Pediophobia is the the fear of Mannequin . And here’s what Wikipedia says about it:
Pediophobia, also known as the fear of dolls, is a relatively common kind of phobia. It is an anxiety disorder that can be associated with a range of dolls from old-fashioned china dolls and porcelain dolls to dolls that talk and move. Pediophobia is considered a branch of automatonophobia, or a fear of humanoid figures.
Well, so far, my bizarre notion about them is not really that serious. I still even got the nerve to take photos of them as the above (lol). And I think will always do (^-^)
You’ve got your own fear too?
“When I walk down the beach and smell the salt water, hear the waves crashing against the shoreline, and feel the granular sand under my feet, I can’t help but realize why I’m here on this green earth”
― Wendy Joubert, Sea Witch